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time released ,100mg.morphine sulphate ## Are there morphine pills that indeed have a N on one side of the circler tablets and have 100 on the other? ## Morphine is a very potent narcotic pain reliever, common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Kadian is a brand name for a time released formulation, though it is also available as a generic and by other names from different companies and in other countries. ## Yes, there is a tablet from Canada with that marking, it should be a grey, round tablet, with the N on one side and the 100 on the opposite. This is another time released formulation, a generic for MS Contin, meant to be taken every 12 hours. Do you have any other questions? ## how long does it take before the pain med. kadian wont show up on a u....

im taking kadian 80mg 2x a day need somthing equivalent but alot cheaper

I've been on kadian 80mg 2 times a day for a year;now I have no insurance and the script is $1050.00 I need somthing cheaper but basicaly the same. ## Kadian is a time release formulation of Morphine, there is a generic version available, you should be able to ask your doctor to prescribe it or just ask your pharmacist. This is a narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Have you tried asking your doctor about using the cheaper alternative? ## look up alphafarm and the manufacturer they send me meds for free the 80's also

Kadian 60mg Twiced daily/Oxycodone 5mg 4xdaily

I have been taking these prescriptions for fourteen years four the bad discs in my lower back. I have gotten to the place that I have decided to not take them anymore becuase of the side affects.. Sleep disorders, a feeling of being hazy all the time and just not emitionally their for my family anymore and my energy level is always down while taking these medications. I must say they are probably a great thing if you are taking them for a short period of time awaiting surgery. But don't get put on them for long term care if you care anything about your quality of life with those around you and how you feel outside of the pain you are experiencing. I have been off these medications for elleven days now and still find myself not able to sleep. I have tried the tritration thing in the ...

cheeper drugs to replace kadian

looking for something cheeper than kadian but still works asgood any ideals what it might be ## Kadian contains the active ingredient Morphine, there is another option available, a generic for MS Contin, it is a 12 hour time release, so you would probably need a dosage adjustment to control your pain as well. Have you tried asking your doctor what your other alternatives are? Oxycontin, a time released Oxycodone, which can also be obtained in generic may also be another option. However, like I said, you'll need to speak to your doctor to decide what is best for you to try. ## Hi, Ask your doctor about ORAMORPH it is the generic for ms cotin. Verwon mentioned it. good luck ## thanks fo the info i did ask and your both a great help thats what he put me on again thanks

what should i ask my dr for otheir than kadian i can,t afford $260 a script

my dr gave me kadian 20 mg 2a day and it works but i dodnt have drug corvage so what could i ask him to give me that would work aswell as kadian not sure what to ask him to change it to and then it not work please help any suggestions ## I really don't have any suggestions for you, almost all narcotics, even generics are going to be around this price range, unfortunately. When I was on pain management several years ago, the generic for MS Contin was over $300 a month. I am not sure if there are any programs to help, but you can check at: PPARX.org Click Here ## I,M SURE THAT THEIR IS SOME MEDICATIONS OUT THEIR THAT WONT COST 2 OR 3 HUNDRED DOLLARS WHAT THEY WOULD BE I,M NOT SURE BUT SOMEONE OUTTHEIR SHOULD BE ABLE TO HELP YOU COME ON FRIENDS HELP THIS PERSON ANY IDEALS FOR THE POOR ...

will morphein sulfate show up the same as loratab

i need to know will kadian = morphine sulfate show up as the samething as a loratab in a drug test ## It depends on what kind of test they are doing, if it is a standard drug screen, such as that for employment, then yes, they will both just show up as opiates. There are, however, more specific tests, which are sometimes run by doctors or police for toxicology that can discern the difference and tell which one you've taken. Are you prescribed both of these?


I have been using kadian 80 mg , but our pharmasist never had it in stock so she would have to write me a 60 and a 20 2 x daily for chronicpain , so I go use to taking 4 pills total a day , ffinaly our pharmacy finaly started carrying the 80 mil. so I am only supposed to take 1 in the morning and one at night, I also have to take phenergan for the nausiea , and klonpin for my agoraphobia , lyesterday I got confused and took my normal 4 pills a day , i woke up this morning with a high fever and severe chills my chest was hurting , but now i seem to be ok , I was just wondering has this happened to anyone else?


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